The Packers and Cowboys compete in the legendary "Ice Bowl." Temperatures fall to as low as 13-below at Lambeau Field, but the heroic Bart Starr sneaks the ball in from the one-yard line to clinch the NFC Championship over the Cowboys.
2 of 7Neil Leifer/SI
Jan. 15, 1967
Bart Starr leads the Packers to a victory in the first Super Bowl ever, against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers had won nine NFL championships before the first official Super Bowl was played, but the victory over the Chiefs ushered in a new era.
3 of 7Neil Leifer/SI
Dec. 31, 1961
The Lombardi Era begins in earnest as Green Bay batters the New York Giants 37-0 behind a championship game record 19 points from running back/kicker Paul Hornung. It is the first of five world championships in seven seasons for the Packers and the franchise's first since 1944.
4 of 7Al Tielemans/SI
Jan. 25, 1997
Brett Favre throws for 245 yards and two TDs and MVP Desmond Howard breaks game open with a 99-yard kickoff return as Packers defeat New England 35-21 for Green Bay's first Super Bowl title in 29 years. Howard's 244 return yards set a Super Bowl record.
5 of 7Robert Beck/SI
Feb. 6, 2011
Aaron Rodgers passes for 304 yards and three TDs as Packers defeat Pittsburgh 31-25 for a record 13th NFL/world championship in Super Bowl XLVI.
6 of 7John Iacono/SI
Feb. 20, 1992
Brett Favre takes over for injured starting quarterback Don Majkowski after Majkowski tears ligaments in his ankle. Favre fumbles the ball four times, but drives the Packers 92 yards in the final 1:08, concluding it with a 35-yard strike to Kitrick Taylor to beat Pittsburgh 24-23. Favre would start every Packers' game from then until Jan. 20, 2008, and would win a Super Bowl in the 1995-96 season.
7 of 7Boyd Fellows/AP
Nov. 6, 2000
On a windy, freezing Monday night game against Minnesota, the Packers and Vikings were in overtime at Lambeau Field when Antonio Freeman made what ABC considered the greatest play in Monday Night Football history. Brett Favre, facing a blitz, threw the ball off of his back foot toward Freeman, who was covered by Vikings DB Cris Dishman. The ball caromed off of Dishman's arms, onto Freeman's back, and somehow into the receiver's arms. Dishman, thinking he broke the pass up, prematurely celebrated while Freeman raced into the end zone.
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